ROTEX launches new High Capacity Screener at ACHEMA 2015

  • Thursday, May 14th, 2015

ROTEX, a regular exhibitor at ACHEMA 2015, will return this year to the event which is held in Frankfurt, Germany on 15-19 June 2015. Covering around 140,000m² of exhibition space, ACHEMA is the leading fair for the chemical engineering and process engineering sector. As an exhibitor, ROTEX will join more than 3,800 leading suppliers from all sectors of the processing industry and with more than 170,000 attendees from more than 100 countries expected to attend the five day event, ACHEMA 2015 is proving to be the biggest yet.

ACHEMA is industry renowned as the trend-setting meeting point for the latest technology trends and ROTEX return to ACHEMA following the development of several new models of High Capacity Screener that are capable of over 40% more capacity than previous models allowing for greater volumes of throughput and positioning the range among the world’s largest capacity industrial screeners.

ROTEX will also be showcasing the APEX Screener, a durable, efficient screening machine that offers unmatched product recovery efficiency. Designed to increase process uptime, the APEX Screener incorporates user-friendly service features that enable quick and easy maintenance, cleaning, and inspection. The APEX uses ROTEX unique Gyratory-Reciprocating Motion to provide maximum product recovery whilst an ergonomic design enhances these features to minimize downtime and reduce operator effort. The result is significant labour savings and improved plant operating efficiency.

Amongst the experienced ROTEX sales representatives that will be attending the event, ROTEX application engineers will also be onsite to discuss the benefits of the machines and answer any technical questions you may have.

Visit ROTEX on stand A52, located in Hall 5.0 for more information on how ROTEX can improve your screening operation and improve profitability. To find out information about attending ACHEMA 2015 please visit the organiser’s website.


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